Libby and her friend Becca are searching for bugs to finish their nature worksheet for school. They come across a dragonfly trapped in an old spider web. Very carefully, Libby frees the dragonfly and sets it free in a new home. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Libby’s rooster, Doodle, doesn’t crow. He peeps. So, Libby starts Rooster School just for Doodle. She tries everything to teach him how to crow, but he just says peep. In a huff, she cancels Rooster School. A few days later while catching frogs, Libby hears Doodle crow from the barn! Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
It’s a snow day for Libby and Becca! That means making snow angels, sledding, and looking for animal tracks, which leads them to some hungry birds. Libby and Becca decide to help the birds. They build them a tree house to keep them warm and provide snacks so they won’t be hungry. Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
After attending her school’s pet show, Libby is inspired to teach her goat, Elvis, some tricks. But Elvis won’t catch a Frisbee. He nibbles on socks, rather than folding them. And he can’t speak French. Then Libby has an idea. She realizes Elvis is already great at making friends and making people laugh. Elvis will make the perfect therapy goat! Aligned to Common Core standards and correlated to state standards.
Danny builds a fort for his friend Bee, but Bee goes missing. Will Danny find his friend?
Danny is moving to the country from the little red house in the middle of the block. Danny makes a memory jar for Abby so that she will always remember him and the good times they've had.
Someone is trying to sabotage the zoo. Paisley and Ben must invent something to stop them.